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Guided Tours of the House
Tour the house with one of our expert guides. Learn about the founding of Maryland, the history of the four families, related by blood or marriage, who owned Kiplin Hall, and some Royal connections.
The house is furnished as a Victorian home with an eclectic mix of furniture, paintings and personal possessions that belonged to the families who lived here. The rooms are not roped off and many people comment on the homely feel of the house.
“Our group thought the whole day was a wonderful experience. Your guides, Malcolm and Susie, were so informative and made the tour of the Hall so interesting learning about Kiplin hall and its family history.”
Take a Turn around the Gardens…
...with your informative guide who will give you background history to the families who owned Kiplin, the history of the gardens and current developments.
A group who recently visited wrote, “We were all impressed by the guide’s knowledge of not just the garden but also the history of the house and its families”.
After your tour, allow time to visit the small Garden Museum.
Time: Approximately 2 hours, visiting the formal gardens, Walled Garden, woodland and parkland.
Bring your group for a leisurely visit to the house and gardens, taking time to explore the 16 rooms open to the public. Helpful room stewards will answer your questions (or ask someone who knows, if they can’t!) and there are information sheets in every room.
Take-in the beauty and tranquillity of as much or as little of the Gardens and grounds as you have time for.
Time: As little or as long as you wish. The Gardens and Tea Room open at 10am and the Hall at 11am. All close at 5pm.
Please call Rosie on 01748 818178 for help with your group booking.
Free place for groups of 18+
Free admission for coach driver
Free refreshments for coach driver
Free on-site coach parking
Pre-book morning coffee and scones, lunch or tea and cake to enjoy before or after your tour.
The ground floor, Tea Room, gardens and some areas of the grounds are accessible.
We regret we are unable to offer a lift to the upper floors, which are accessed by two long, shallow staircases. For those unable to manage the stairs there are folders of information and photographs to browse in the Tea Room.
Kiplin Hall is off the B6271 Scorton to Northallerton road, midway between Richmond and Northallerton and about 5 miles east of the A1.
Kiplin Hall, near Scorton, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 6AT. Telephone: 01748 818178. Email: email@example.com
The Curator, Dawn Webster, gives talks on subjects related to the history of Kiplin Hall to local groups in their meeting place. These are an informative and entertaining way to familiarise a group with the history of the Hall prior to a visit.
- Kiplin Hall – Past, Present and Future
- Kiplin Hall and the Arts and Crafts Movement
- Georgian Life in a Yorkshire Country House
- Between the Covers – 100 Years of Kiplin Family Scrapbooks
- One Woman’s Fight– the Remarkable Miss Bridget Talbot, Last Owner of Kiplin Hall
- The History and Restoration of the Kiplin Hall gardens